We are looking for volunteers!
Would you like to help advance the profession of family child care in Georgia? Join a PFCCAG committee and work with PFCCAG members just like you, to support the organization and providers across the state.
Each committee is different but estimate 2 to 4 hours a month in volunteer time, depending on the committee. You CAN help make a difference by joining.
Here are the Committees currently working within PFCCAG. Choose the one(s) you are interested in. Then select your top two choices in the form on the right.
The overall objective of the Communications Committee is to establish an effective information sharing process between the members of PFCCAG, the Board and other early learning professionals, and the community using brochures, newsletters, news media, websites and social media.
The Governance Committee is generally responsible for reviewing the governance structures and practices of the organization and reporting its findings and recommendations to the board. This may include a careful examination of the board’s composition, the needs of the board to effectively fulfill its duties and responsibilities, the mission and vision of the organization, and its governing documents (typically, the articles of incorporation and bylaws).
The Membership Committee works on membership development which includes membership drives, benefits, awards and parent memberships. The Committee works with the Communications and Professional Development Committees to coordinate activities and information distribution.
Professional Development Committee
The Professional Development Committee is responsible for developing, planning and coordinating all provider/member training. This Committee takes the lead on special events such as the biennial conference, town hall meetings, super Saturdays, etc.
Public Policy Committee
The purpose of the Public Policy Committee is to assist the Board in regard to public policy matters. Federal, state, and local policymakers propose or consider numerous measures each year that could have an impact on family child care learning homes and the profession.